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Rag Hosts Lecture On Woodworking | The Courier-tribune

All of our tools, all of our equipment. No one was in the shop when the fire started. As of yet, I have no clue how that fire started, said Farmer. The office of the Forsyth County Fire Marshal is still working to determine the cause of the fire. In all, the damages are estimated at about $400 thousand. Farmer says he plans to rebuild on the same site.
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Fire reported at woodworking shop in Winston-Salem | myfox8.com

in the Sara Smith Self Gallery. He will conduct an overview-styled lecture, including wood identification, sourcing, characteristics, usage in art and general discussion. Attendees will be encouraged to share other wood projects they might enjoy so Hines woodworking forum may set up additional class opportunities. The Sara Smith Self Gallery at the Randolph Arts Guild is located at 123 Sunset Ave. in downtown Asheboro. For more information, call (336) 629-0399. Hines is known around these parts for his good wood.
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Rockler Introduces Innovative T-Track Clamp - Auto-adjust Feature Delivers Quick, Consistent Clamping

Richard Baines on Tuesday, March 10. The meeting was link turned over to the hostesses, Katie Baines, Jean Moore and Grace Murphy. --------------------------------------------------------------------- You must be an online subscriber to view this story. The full version of this story will be available to all readers after 1 month. Full versions of news stories from the most recent month are available to online subscribers only. Access to full versions of news stories from issues older than 1 month are available to all readers for free in our archive of all issues. Username or e-mail address: *
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Moore tells TuesdayWomen?s Club about unique woodworking hobby | www.gaffneyledger.com | Gaffney Ledger

...gives do-it-yourselfers maximum freedom when they are using tools to further their projects. Medina, MN (PRWEB) March 12, 2015 Rockler Woodworking and Hardware is expanding its T-Track System of work-holding innovations by introducing a hold-down clamp that automatically adjusts to the workpiece thickness to provide quick, consistent clamping. The Auto-Lock T-Track Hold Down Clamp is an essential accessory for the Rockler T-Track Table (46654, sold separately), which features a grid of T-tracks across the table surface, or for any other application involving standard T-tracks. It sets up fast, sliding easily onto the track, and rotates 360 to deliver downward clamping pressure wherever needed. A locking wheel secures the base in the T-track.
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